We are the first in Canada to offer something this unique for your palate. Our goal is to make this a tradition. Seriously, who is not burnt out on factory turkey anyways? We have selected about 100 of our popular Poulet de Delta (Canadian Bresse) and added a special treat to their diet for the holidays. Pumpkins! But not just any pumpkins and not any normal diet being these are raised as closely to the French standard as possible.
The pumpkins that we raise on the farm are a late 1800's variety of French heirloom pumpkins. It is not a coincidence that our line of heritage Poulet de Delta (Canadian Bresse) is noshing on these. It has taken several years of planning to make this all come together smoothly.
Very limited artisan poultry. Giblets excluded.
To know more about our chickens for the table, please visit our newly launched "The Chicken Shop" (meatshop) by clicking on the graphics below:
Thanks for dropping by. I'm Matthew Nelson, farmer of Grade Eh Farms. I post on where my love and passion for life intersect with family, farming, food, & chicken for the soul.
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Best source for backyard henhouses in BC. Locally-crafted chicken coops made of repurposed BC cedar:
Useful information on raising healthy, happy free-range hens:
A portion of our ordering policy was stolen from Legbars of Broadway. Thanks Philip. :-)